Deathly Hallows, Chapters Twenty-Five & Twenty-Six

When Bill pulls Harry aside to warn him about dealing with goblins, I can’t help but wonder what it is he’s thinking about Harry’s plans. He knows Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Griphook have been plotting in the smallest bedroom, and taking great care not to be overheard, for several weeks. And at that point, it can’t be too hard to guess what they might be plotting; after all, what else would Griphook even be useful to Harry for, if not for plotting how to break into Gringotts? Bill has no idea why this needs to happen, but he even mentions it specifically when talking to Harry – “it would be safer to break into Gringotts than to renege on a promise to a goblin.” What must he have thought when he heard how it all ended up? It’s not hard to imagine him simply shaking his head, and wondering what the real story behind it all could possibly be. Just crazy.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, chapters twenty-five & twenty-six: ‘Shell Cottage’ & ‘Gringotts’

~ by Josie on May 2, 2011.

2 Responses to “Deathly Hallows, Chapters Twenty-Five & Twenty-Six”

  1. Is it just a coincidence that you posted this on the anniversary of the Final Battle of the Second Wizarding War (that grand battle and all that happens at the end of Deathly Hallows)?

    Either way, it always brightens my day to see a new chapter posted here. :)

  2. Erm, yes it was a coincidence. But I’m glad you enjoy the posts! :)

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